Appeal from the Order of the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County, in case of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. James Forrest Wonderly, No. 72-09737.
Robert M. John, with him Harry R. Nixon and Schneider, Nixon & John, for appellant.
John L. Heaton, Assistant Attorney General, with him Anthony J. Maiorana, Assistant Attorney General, Robert W. Cunliffe, Deputy Attorney General, and Israel Packel, Attorney General, for appellee.
Judges Kramer, Wilkinson, Jr., and Blatt, sitting as a panel of three.
This is an appeal from an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County sustaining a suspension
of the motor vehicle operator's license of James F. Wonderly for a period of 135 days. Having reviewed the record, we hereby affirm the lower court's order and adopt the opinion of Judge A. Benjamin Scirica, as set out below. In addition, we note that our recent decisions in Commonwealth v. Trimble, 7 Pa. Commonwealth Ct. 443, 300 A.2d 92 (1973), and Commonwealth v. Grindlinger, 7 Pa. Commonwealth Ct. 347, 300 A.2d 95 (1973), add further support to this opinion.
"This is an Appeal from a license suspension which commenced on September 5, 1972, pursuant to an order of the Secretary of Transportation.
"The following is a chronological order of the violations, additions, additions to and subtractions from the total points which appellant incurred:
12- 7-67 Violation of Motor Vehicle
Operating 70 M.P.H. in 50
For failure to attend driv-
ing school as directed 5 points
7- 9-68 75-day suspension (60)
(Note -- 1st suspension) 11 points
9-19-68 Suspension released and li-
cense restored deduct 6 points
Credit for 1 year's opera-
without violation deduct 2 points
9-11-70 Violation of Motor ...